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Department of Chemistry Jones Research Group

Graduate research projects include

  • Drug/drug interactions
  • Regioselectivity in drug metabolism
  • Predicting rates of drug metabolism
  • Chemical and kinetic mechanism of drug metabolizing enzymes

Undergraduate projects include

  • Enzyme expression in bacteria and purification by chromatography.
  • Determining the kinetics of metabolism of model compounds to determine affinities, and potential for drug-drug interactions.
  • Synthesis of new compounds with high affinities for drug metabolizing enzymes.
  • Using computational methods to understand mechanism.

 

 

2010 Matteson Presenters
Matteson Presenters 2009Matteson 2009 2
Matteson Presenters 2008
Irwin Rose, Noble Prize Winner in Chemistry 2004 - motivation: "for the discovery of ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation"
Irwin Rose, Noble Prize Winner in Chemistry 2004 - motivation: "for the discovery of ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation"
2005 Nobel Prize winner, Robert Grubbs with Carolyn
Robert Grubbs, Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry 2005 for his work in the field of olefin metathesis